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Leading Future of Work Transformations: The Five Key Strategy Elements

There is a lot of speculation about what the future of work will look like, feel like, and function like. We are already experiencing dramatic shifts in the way we work, being driven and enabled by new digital-experience platforms and

Leadership Essentials

Leadership Essentials is a digitally enabled leadership journey that provides the essential skills leaders and managers need to be successful and produce results. Leadership Essentials brings proven leadership content to life in a highly engaging, modern environment that is globally

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…for Strategic Planning

Rarely does any battle plan survive contact with the enemy. And in business, this is also true—unpredictable market forces interact in such a way that can quickly render a plan obsolete. This is true of one year, horizon one, planning,

I’m Dreaming of a Motivating Leader

I’m dreaming of a motivating manager just like the ones I used to know. During the holidays, does that motivating manager have to be a dream? A wistfulness for someone to emerge and provide the encouragement to help others do

When It Comes to Priorities, Less Is More

Our recent leadership research revealed that leaders of leaders need less in order to do more. At first glance, this stated desire for fewer priorities could look like a desire to shirk responsibilities. What it really signals is that leaders

Balancing Today and Tomorrow: The Priorities and Challenges of Frontline and Leader of Leaders

Report Brief As part of our commitment to providing the latest research and insights to the market, BlessingWhite, the leadership division of GP Strategies®, surveyed leaders across the globe in spring 2018 to find out what skills they need to

Pause: The Power of Cultivating Space Between Words

“Human freedom involves our capacity to pause, … to choose the one response toward which we wish to throw our weight.” —Rollo May Knowing what words to use in any given situation is a common element of leadership, but the

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